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li̱jlij²adjsmallpequeñoantnoco̱o1xtuu li̱jmouse (small variety)
lij rihaanlij³ riaan³²neyeojo“Cuchi̱' asno ro' ca̱ta'aa lij rihaan nuva̱' xcuáá rca̱j “He who arrives first will take the right eye of the dragon.” “Él que llegue primero tomará el ojo derecho del dragón.Legend o 1.42.1.1.1Eyerlij rihaan
lilo̱adjdevilish onediablilloMe 'yaj lilo̱ so̱ ga̱.What is the little devil doing?Que hace el diablillo?
linónlinen
lira̱a̱nli³raan¹anolis lizardlagartija trepadoraMán ndo'o lira̠a̠n rque rto.There are a lot of anolis lizards on the plantain tree.Hay muchas lagartijas trepadoras en el platanar.1.6.1.3.2LizardLagartija
listóbe carefultener cuidado3.1.2.1Alert
lla̱'lla'¹advtruly, surelyde veras, verdaderamente
lle̱reasonche'ésole of the foot footprint; scent, footprint, trace because of about reason for
lle'zhe'³Adv-Medoutsideafuerane̱ ca'núj so' ta'yaa taga' yo', ne̱ ca'anj nica̱j so' man nij apóstol xe' a. …and he opened the doors of the jail and brought them out.ACT 5:19aGa̱a ne̱ nica̱j Jesucristó ne', qui'yaj so' cuartá, go' so' man nij síí tu'véj xcuu do̱', man nij síí natuná sa'anj do̱', ne̱ quirii so' xe' man taran' nij so' a. So he made a whip out of cords, and drove all from the temple courts, both sheep and cattle; he scattered the coins of the money changers and overturned their tables. JHN 2:15axe'
lli'zhi'³ntraptrampaQui'ya̱j ní' xi' ne̱ quini̱j xtuu. Let's make a trap to catch rats. Hagamos trampa para que caigan ratones. This is a small trap for rats. Esta es una trampa pequeña para ratones.cfra'nga'
llíjzhij⁵vget dirty, change (color)llevar embarrado, ensuciarQuinij 'u̠nj rque na sigui' ne̠ 'o̠ che'e̠ quillíj na sigui' man saganj. I fell in the mud puddle and I got my clothes dirty. Me caí en el lodazal y me ensucié mi ropa. 5.6.1Clean, dirtyLimpio, suciollíj mííbecome yellow
llíj míízhij⁵ mii⁵vbecome yellowamarillecerAchij ma'a̱n naa̱ rihaan yo'óó, ne̱ dan me se asino ya̱a̱n xra' naa̱, ga̱a ne̱ anó tiha̱j, ga̱a ne̱ uun xíj yumíí naa̱ a.All by itself the soil produces grain—first the stalk, then the head, then the full kernel in the head. MRK 4:28Llíj míí naa̱.The cornfield turned yellow.La milpa se está mudando amarillento.synnuu mííllíjget dirty, change (color)mííyellow
lu've̱lu've¹³adjsmooth, slipperyliso, resbalosoSe caché so̠' rihaan yo'óó lu've̠.Don't walk on the slippery floor.No caminas en el piso liso.
lujluj³n1sore, pimplegrano2caruncle (wart-like bumps on a turkey)luj ri'yujleprosyluj ri'yujleprosy
lu̱jluj²adjgenerous, goodgeneroso, con bondad
luj ri'yujluj³ ri'yuj³nleprosylepralujsore, pimpleri'yujrot
lulu'lulu'³n1silkworm (edible)gusano de sedaGuii gue̠e̠ me cuan' ne̠ ca'a̠nj nado̠' ní' lulu'.Today is a holy day and we are going to look for silkworms.Hoy es un día santo y vamos a buscar gusanos de seda.5.2.3.2Food from animalsAlimentos procedentes de animales1.6.1.7InsectInsecto2tortilla (crushed with salt or beans and water, eaten by children)tortilla caliente machucada con sal o frijol y agua (para niños)syntihaan5.2.3.4Prepared foodAlimentos Preparados
luuncatgato6.3.1.6CatGato1.6.1.1.2CarnivoreCarnívoro6.3.1Domesticated animalAnimales domésticos
luúluu⁴nwormgusano"Me che'é 'yaj tu'va luú so' 'onj, taj ma'a̱n chu̱cua'án' Ca'aj ne yo' a."Why are you doing that, worm-mouth," said the grandmother while she was seated."Por qué haces así, tú, boca de gusano?" dijo la abuelia mientras que estaba sentada.El sol y 46.1

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